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Balloon twisting tutorial - learn how to make balloon Tulip.
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Hello! We’re going to make a flower, tulip. The tulip trees got its name from the resemblance of this flower. You inflate the balloon, twist a three-inch bubble and leave a long flat tail. Make sure it’s a clear balloon so you could better view at what I'm going to do. To make the tulip trees, we have to lack both ends of the bubble in one lock twist, but this time, you are going to do it inside those bubble.
Hold the bubble in your left hand. There’s enough pointing to your right. The bubble has to two ends. Put the right index finger to the nozzle and put a knot inside those bubble and you would touch the other end of the bubble. Hold the bubble in your right hand, the index finger is inside those bubbles. Grab both ends of the bubble in left hand and twist them together. Pull your right index finger slightly out of the bubble. You may release a tail from your left hand and the bubble will stay on your right index finger. Hold the bubble in your left hand and gently pull your right index finger out of the bubble. Don’t hold the flat the tail in your left hand when you pull the right finger out of the bubble. You will pop the bubble.
Congratulations, you have made a tulip flower and learn the tulip trees. Have fun.